Health Care & Entitlements Legislative Alerts
By Jason Hughey Too often, conservatives and libertarians focus on the purely pragmatic failures of the entitlement state. While it can prove interesting to debate among policy experts, track down new CBO reports, rummage through fancy charts, and extrapolate talking points from data, we must always remember to hold fast to the moral analysis that [...]
By: Nicole Kaeding Yesterday, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a new regulation with a long, technical title “Payments for Services Furnished by Certain Primary Care Physicians.” But what is noteworthy about this regulation isn’t the title–it’s the contents. This regulation is an explicit endorsement of what Americans for Prosperity has been [...]
By: Nicole Kaeding Last night’s second presidential debate provided President Obama and Governor Romney another chance to define their campaigns and plans for the next four years. In all of the back and forth between the two candidates, President Obama slipped in one line that perfectly shows how out-of-touch he is from his own failing [...]
The Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act would improve the menu labeling requirements established in the president's healthcare law.
Monday, October 1st, is the first of many deadlines in rapid succession for states in their implementation process of the President’s health care law. By Monday, states must tell the federal government what types of services must be covered by health insurance plans starting in 2014.